Signaling change


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews work on traffic signals at East Ash Street at the entrance to the Miami Valley Centre Mall on Tuesday. The new signals and street lighting are part of the ongoing East Ash Street improvement project. The new signals will be mast-mounted on black decorative poles. The project was initiated by ODOT’s upgrade of traffic signals at I-75 and U.S. Rt. 36. The City of Piqua joined in the project to include the intersections of both Scott Drive and Looney Road. The new signals will incorporate preemption technology where the signals sense the approach of emergency vehicles, then automatically turn red to allow for safer passage of emergcy traffic. They will also have video timing that senses traffic flow and adjusts timing to keep traffic flowing at the most efficient rate. With the exception of one light that has a back-ordered part, all of the lights are expected to be in service by Christmas.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Construction crews work on traffic signals at East Ash Street at the entrance to the Miami Valley Centre Mall on Tuesday. The new signals and street lighting are part of the ongoing East Ash Street improvement project. The new signals will be mast-mounted on black decorative poles. The project was initiated by ODOT’s upgrade of traffic signals at I-75 and U.S. Rt. 36. The City of Piqua joined in the project to include the intersections of both Scott Drive and Looney Road. The new signals will incorporate preemption technology where the signals sense the approach of emergency vehicles, then automatically turn red to allow for safer passage of emergcy traffic. They will also have video timing that senses traffic flow and adjusts timing to keep traffic flowing at the most efficient rate. With the exception of one light that has a back-ordered part, all of the lights are expected to be in service by Christmas.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews work on traffic signals at East Ash Street at the entrance to the Miami Valley Centre Mall on Tuesday. The new signals and street lighting are part of the ongoing East Ash Street improvement project. The new signals will be mast-mounted on black decorative poles. The project was initiated by ODOT’s upgrade of traffic signals at I-75 and U.S. Rt. 36. The City of Piqua joined in the project to include the intersections of both Scott Drive and Looney Road. The new signals will incorporate preemption technology where the signals sense the approach of emergency vehicles, then automatically turn red to allow for safer passage of emergcy traffic. They will also have video timing that senses traffic flow and adjusts timing to keep traffic flowing at the most efficient rate. With the exception of one light that has a back-ordered part, all of the lights are expected to be in service by Christmas.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_MJU_28911.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Construction crews work on traffic signals at East Ash Street at the entrance to the Miami Valley Centre Mall on Tuesday. The new signals and street lighting are part of the ongoing East Ash Street improvement project. The new signals will be mast-mounted on black decorative poles. The project was initiated by ODOT’s upgrade of traffic signals at I-75 and U.S. Rt. 36. The City of Piqua joined in the project to include the intersections of both Scott Drive and Looney Road. The new signals will incorporate preemption technology where the signals sense the approach of emergency vehicles, then automatically turn red to allow for safer passage of emergcy traffic. They will also have video timing that senses traffic flow and adjusts timing to keep traffic flowing at the most efficient rate. With the exception of one light that has a back-ordered part, all of the lights are expected to be in service by Christmas.
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